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information for you. >> a few weeks after baltimore city reported $19 million they have brought in from speeding and red light cameras, stephanie rawlings blake is starting a task force to look into the system. >> lowell melser joins us live from northwest baltimore with details on the story. >> according to the mayor's office, the new task force that the mayor's farming has more to do with the effectiveness of the cameras and public outcry. the mayor says she wants to make sure that the cameras are doing their job in promoting public safety after some startling figures concerning pedestrian deaths. it was two weeks ago when the city discovered the money from the seven dozen speed and red light cameras have brought in $19.20 million. it had only budgeted for $15 million. the numbers may have raised questions about the cameras prompting khmer rawlings blake to establish a task force to take a closer look at the cameras to make sure they are being used to match the promote traffic safety. >> we have kids who need to be safe going to and from school. we want to make sure that we're using o
. >> baltimore city may have an ulterior motive when it comes to the orioles' winning on friday night. when they have more tourists in town, they tend to issue more speeding tickets, red light camera tickets, and parking tickets. gosh we are more than happy for them to get their tickets and pay all their money in baltimore. >> we will check with our colleagues in arlington, texas. following tampa bay. and what is it like there? >> bottom-line, right now, the team has made it to the post- season. he is their first trip to the playoffs. at a packed house, getting ready for the game. they are on the field, they have worked out a nice rest. everyone is ample up. it remains a remarkable story with so many people around the country expecting the orioles to lose. for them, that is extra motivation. nothing wrong with that. >> where are the competitors. whatever is written, we try to go out there every day and say that this is what we have got to do. >> i don't think that we want to rest on what we have done by any means. we still feel like we have a lot of work to do but it starts right here. >> h
for the game. >> as you know, this city has been waiting so long for this day. we are across the street, it gets things set up for tonight. there are plans to show the game on a big projection screen. fans are ready. they have their orange friday schurz on. they will watch the first orioles playoff game since 1977. here is just a sample of how fans are feeling. >> i am ready. >> do you think we can do it? >> i know so. i had a private conversation with reynolds earlier in the week. >> i know he is 0-6 against the rangers, but he has a lot of issues coming behind him. there is no doubt in my mind that he has three of the most amazing people behind him. >> we will have to play the yankees of all people. >> for the city of baltimore, it will be huge. the yankee fans won't be able to get tickets because we have bought them all. >> wouldn't it be something if they could play the yankees? fans know that they have to get past texas first. you can tell that they were nervous as well. we're live downtown. >> looking for the orioles biggest fan, we found the light, very excited. don't change me u
of the baltimore city council committee want more. >> this is a work session, not a hearing. >> after a year, the debate continues. the council man hopes to end the battle. he thinks the stringent conditions would ease the complaints of neighbors about trash and a loud noise while letting the business owner linda brown meeting her business in the northeast baltimore community. >> i do not want this to continue ad nauseam. >> she wants to continue what she has always had since 2004. when she purchased the property from the american legion. she still wants to hold the same nice event, family oriented events. >> members of the city council's land use and transportation committees are questioning proposed conditions. >> we need specifics on how the parking is going to resolve things, how the security guard is going to help resolve. all of this related in keeping it under the uniform title of banquet hall facility. >> if it does not prohibit the use of motors, that affected the what you have done is turn a banquet hall into a nightclub. >> the maximum capacity is 200 people. of street parking for
. will the officers involved be charged? >> he died 10 days ago after being arrested by city police in east baltimore. he initially reported he may have choked on drugs he had shot in his mouth during the rest. the autopsy concluded die from blunt force trauma, maybe kick door slammed to the ground. he suffered broken ribs and a ruptured spleen caused him to bleed to death internally. >> there is comfort in knowing the medical examiner had confirmed what we have been saying from day one, that he was killed as a result of being slammed to the ground. >> family members were witnesses and they watched the encounter between anderson and the officers. >> the grabbed him above his knees, lift him up, and slammed him to the ground with extreme force. >> three officers involved are suspended. the state attorney's office will determine whether charges will be filed. drugs, according to the autopsy, were found in his system but they were not a factor in his death. the three suspended officers are assigned to the violent crime division, a specialized unit of the police department. reporting live, jayne miller,
.com. fans are excited. we want to see you, too. sure your pictures with us. >> baltimore city students is recovering tonight after he was stabbed in sight in northeast baltimore high school. it happened that heritage high school. police have confirmed that a student was stabbed and a person of interest is being questioned. the victim was treated by the nurse and then transported to hospital. the investigation is ongoing and . >> a hearing today to determine the fate of a baltimore county bar being targeted after two murders reported near the location since july. we sat in on that hearing and we have the latest. >> the board of baltimore county liquor license commissioners deciding that the bar is able to keep its license and not even heading back -- handing down a suspension. >> i really thought we had made our case. we were concerned for the neighborhood, for the safety of the children, for all the citizens. i am disappointed. >> neighbors react to the baltimore county board of liquor license commissioners decision to find the bark to thousand $2,000 after john's -- after a security g
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